Students will submit a final research report that must reflect the structure and content elements outlined in the textbook and discussed in class.Up to 40 points will be added to the final grade total to reflect the extent to which the student’s final report succeeds in doing so.
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Great communities are similar to good families in that they consider the wellbeing of all
the family members. When a family member suffers, the other members acknowledge the
suffering and offer the necessary support. Also, the expression that a mother is only as happy as
her saddest child helps describe the community well. That said, the community is only as healthy
as its most marginalized member. The paradigm makes assessing the quality of the community
from the perspective of a family member. A community's capability to answer to the cry and the
hue of the members and change as per their needs shows awareness of the fundamental problems
and a commitment to their wellbeing. Therefore, great communities thrive as a consequence of a
multitude of interests and needs that need to be addressed like education, leadership,
volunteering, and grassroots innovations.
Literacy enhances the development of the wider community. The positive implication of
educating children is evident in the vast economic and social benefits yielded for the
communities. Enhancing the emphasis on education in the community positively affects each
generation via increased self-esteem and raised expectations (Martiskainen, 78). Enhancing
literacy in the society helps employment, whereby both females and males contribute, helping
the larger economy and community thrive.
Illiteracy in the community directly affects the wellbeing and the health of individuals.
Education is therefore essential on the physical health of a society. Individuals who are less
educated are more vulnerable to ailments like HIV infections. Literate females are three times
more likely that unlearned women to comprehend that an individual who appears to be in good
health may be...